MKA Bangladesh holds first ever Masroor Badminton Tournament

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Last Updated on 5th February 2021

Muhammad Golam Rabbi, MKA Bangladesh

Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya Bangladesh organised its first ever Masroor Badminton Tournament. 70 local majalis participated from across the country. 

Initial selections of players were done in three phases: local phase, district phase and the regional phase.

On 31 December 2020 at Dhaka Darut Tabligh mosque complex, the final phase of the tournament was inaugurated by Sadr Sahib MKA Bangladesh, Mohammad Zahed Ali Sahib. 

In the final phase – from five regions of the country (Dhaka, Chattogram, Mymensing, Khulna and Rangpur) – the 12 best players participated. Some of the matches including the final were streamed live on Facebook and YouTube. 

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On 2 January 2021, the final match and prize distribution ceremony started. 

The doubles title was won by Dhaka region’s GM Abujar Rahman Sahib and Tazveer Sardar Sahib. 

The singles title was won by Mabroor Ahmed Chowdhury Sahib of Chattogram region.

The chief guest of the prize distribution ceremony was Abdul Awwal Khan Chowdhury Sahib, Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Bangladesh.

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